Hotel Select Inn Isesaki
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... DIY bike box which was made with plastic, corrugated cardboard that I purchased from Home Depot. I even made detachable wheels for the base so that I could pull the box along. In addition to my bike, I'm able to put in all my clothes and other gear so that I only check in this one box. I've used this box now for 1 tour in France and three tours in Japan. I'd be happy to show anyone how to make such a bike box. Naturally, there will be questions about such a tour. What ...
It was a drizzly day when I got up this morning so I waited for the drizzle to ease up and went for a short ride. I stopped at the site of Japan's oldest university, the Ashikaga School, which was founded in the 1400's. I toured the grounds for about 30 minutes before continuing on my way. I barely got out of the city into the countryside when the drizzle started up again so I decided to turn back.
On the way, I ...
... a big, greasy Western style breakfast with bacon, eggs, thick slabs of toast or pancakes and hash browns (although I do treat myself to one of these every once in a while!)
As usual, I was sitting on the tatami mat at the low table enjoying a leisurely breakfast. Something I noticed this morning that I hadn't noticed before was the taste of the rice. This was locally, grown rice, probably from the innkeeper's own rice fields and cooked with local spring water. It had ...
... elicits wide-eyed wonder, but the rest of the meal is quite outstanding. The pizza would even appeal to RI brick-oven experts!
Back to the station, we wander through the now thick crowds like a set of ducklings. Two-by-two the Amy-Lily combo is easier to spot and keep track of than you might think and we manage to stay together despite some accordion-like expanding and contracting of the line.
The fun with Amy continues back at the home ...
... br> self explanatory..3:30pm - 9pm Saturday, Sunday & National Holidays..
Oh well, there's always next time!
With many many photos taken and our fill with the magnificent wisteria fragrance we travel back to Tokyo on the Express Shrinkensen train.. travel time cut in half but cost doubled!
Final verdict? ... A must do day out for all that visit Tokyo in Fuji Season!